Below is not exactly a dissenting view but some comment by a one-time fellow traveller who likes to see some good in everyone. I offer it here without comment.
Let me say some good things about Tony Malski. He saved a young girl from drowning when he lived in Oxley/Bushey in Hertforshire. The local paper wrote it up but I think it may have been before he was in the NF. It was in circumstances that required unusual courage.
At the time when the NF was getting battered by the Red Front - Tony Malski and his lads retaliated in kind. That was, I suppose, on the principle of "The only answer to terror is a greater terror".
At his best, when he was on our side - he was brave and very active. He held meetings in the shopping precinct in Bushey against violent opposition.
He organised elections.
I do not disparage anything you say - but he was certainly a victim of Ray Hill's sneaky treachery.
I think he dropped out after his marriage broke up and he concentrated on earning a living.
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